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've want to reelect the party that tries to bring in the budget problems. neil: nobleman who defense the spending democratic strategist, jessica, the argument you can say we will tram's 3 trillion of the debt when it will grow it just won't grow as much as we thought? is that telling the truth? >> it is important to note when we do things that are making a difference. the deficit here is coming down and has steadily since 2009. we have seen one of the most unproductive congress is we have had in the early one centuuy with all this gridlock. neil: this was my question though. i know the deficits are coming down. maybe there is a reassuring notion that it piles up on the president's precipitously to say it will be $3 trillion less than rates shot but it will still be neck-and-neck $8 trillion more. that is hoodwinking people. >> i did not go that far. neil: someone tells you it will fall $3 trillion don't you think it will fall? >> yes. neil: but go up 11 now goes up 8 trillion that is what you meant. >> you rarely hear a politician who was from this policy standpoint speaking to the s
motors could use that as a defense to avoid getting that higher penalty. this penalty is too low and it should be in the 200 million-dollar range and i hope the congress will finally raise it with the new legislation that will be coming up so that they really get a serious tone to you. >> you are right. >> we haven't seen this completely play out yet. and also the new president of general motors was had all of the product development and is overseeing quality control. yet as far as i know she did nothing and she is not the one who apologized. it was a person on earth who apologized to the american public. neil: in the meantime, dealers like him i left with the type of cars that he is selling. and oftentimes that is not fair. so do you think that all of the problems that gm is having beers later contributed to going slow on this investigatiin? i think that was a part of it. i think the government being involved was part of another government we and it was formed to cover this. to try to take care of this. it didn't happen. >> when you asked about this five or six years ago, this w
watch it in glimmering lake? yep. here, too. what about the dark castle? you call that defense?! come on! [ female announcer ] watch live tv anywhere. the x1 entertainment operating system, only from xfinity. i don't want to pay anymore. at the end of the show i'm answing a lot of your questions and concerns. you can ask me what is in the deal. by e-mailing. keep it to a minimum. some get a little too personal. the camera adds 50 pounds. [laughter] meanwhile, new chair janet yellen a breath of fresh air. >> federal reserve simply doesn't have authority to supervisor or regulate bitcoin. neil: that's right. but unusual will someone in washington saying not our job that the fed doesn't have the authority which is making you a lot of you think -- have the authority to step in and regulate everything els 90% of what hey regulate. another from ben who write it was a hint,int to obama to sign an executive order to give them the authority to regulate bitcoin. we don't kno for sure. but we know a lot of you are green. we call it -- [inaudible] there's a limit to what i can do. look what the fed
missile ships. several anti-submarine warfare votes. the defense minister claimed the movement of those russian forces is purely coincidence. insisting that the military movement and wargames were prscheduled. and obama responding. secretary of state john kerry warned russia that a military action in the ukraine wouldbe a grave mistake. >> russia needs to be careful in the judgments that it makes going forward here. we are not looking for confrontation. but we are making it lear that every country shod respect the territorial integrity here. the sovereignty of the ukraine, russia has said it will do that. and we think it's imortant that russia keeps its word. lou: the russia counterpar fireback. warng the west and in sourcing decisions upon the ukrainian government. >> t isangerous and counterproductive to try to force upon the ukraine the choice that you are with us or aginst us. it has toe part of a global ropean family that is meaningful of the term. lou: the permian pill in slow region tthe opposing groups, and some cases people getting killed. twpeople were kied in the demonstrati
about the dark castle? you call that defense?! come on! [ female announcer ] watch live tv anywhere. the x1 entertainment operating system, only from xfinity. neil: better late than never a the president acknowledges what class has spent screaming about for years. manufauring matters it is not a badthing or look down on the people who do. the star who has been saying as long as i can remember trade ills are important in trade schools are important. not that college is right for some but not for all. there is another alternate and has been talking about it mo thananyone i know. >> how are yo neil: your impreson of me is not too bad. if i go to disney world your voice is everywhere. >> eecially if you have children under 12th. neil: even people myage it makes the children were a. but you must be of little happy about. better late than never but the president says we have to focus on the prop training and proper skills that are chased a broad? >> but also the infrastructure. a survey ce out we are 25th in the world behind barbados. not just in manucturing but children especially are no
. you have to fightor the strategy. neil: do you believe as president ds or at least defense department now seems to, that we don't need this membership soldiers becau they are around from the war in afghanistan, and war in iraq. we're unwinding from those areas, we don't need to be staffed to the dreee were? >> that may very well be true. on the other happened, i don't get the feeling that we have started from the sense of strej, th streablg, the world is awash in change, there are threats and ago fabulous opportunities to advance the anda of freedom, so weave to be ready. neil: secretary, i'm looking at putin, in the eyes of the world, they might not like him but they fear him,ncreasgly more so an our own president, he has done a lot of sabre rattles whether in ukraine or now, even in cuba. what do you make of what he is up to? how to we respond? >> he is a strong, autocrati kif leader, he actuay playing from a weak hand. so, certainly, he needs to see the strig on ou strej on our part, i remember when i was i marine corps bad camp at start of world war ii, sergeant hands me my rifle,
it is when and when it comes we won't be ready. this during the time our defense budget is being cut to preworld war ii levels. at least the troop commitment. homeland security expert thinks the terrorism is no longer our biggest immediate threat. that cyber warfare is. they are joined at the same dangerous hip? >> yes, they are. connection between the cyberattack and fiscal attack. you shut out the lights and bring the attack to the streets of america. neil: but what could, help me here. what is considered cyber? what is cyber area? >> anything that that uses computerize system. refer to scata, supervisory control and data access. we control all the big things from power plants to dams, spillways, through the use of a computer. we send out a radio signal and tell them what to do. the concern of course you get into these operating systems and you manipulate them in a way thaw either mask what's going on, so in other words, a take fills up supposed to let out bad material before it get as certain level. you have a gauge, the gauge gets taken off-line. neil: don't we, starting to -- yo
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